this one. I finshed this one a little differently. I added some batting which I machine stitched in place following the lines in the quilting. I cut the same sized tree out of green felted wool and stitched it all the way around with green thread on the front and red thread in the bobbin. I added a red rick rack garland and secured it with a few stitches where it touched the edges. With the layers secured I used red floss to blanket stitch all the way around being sure to secure the garland on all the edges. I found this white beaded trim in the bag with the tree so I decided to use it to trim the tree edges. I simply stitched in into place along the edge using overhand stitches and white thread. It softened the red outline which the blanket stitching had created which worked out better than I expected. I stitched on some sequins - red, green and gold - adding seed beads to keep them secure. I stitched several beads in place on the garland to keep it in its place and add yet more sparkle. I stitched on a rick rack hanger and added the layered sequin star which is secured by a little yellow crystal bead. I added a drop of glue where the pearl beaded trim joined up to keep both ends aligned. I added a tag on the back with my name and the year. This ornament will be combined with a consumable gift which all has to fit in a shoe box and be wrapped in newsprint. Looking forward to a great Christmas with my family!